Tribute in Light

Produced annually on September 11
New York, NY
88 high-intensity searchlights, overall installation approximately 125’ x 230’ x ∞

A memorial to the lives lost at the World Trade Center which looks to heal the New York City skyline by restoring the image of the Twin Towers in a medium that is ethereal, indestructible, and symbolic of life. Produced annually by the 9/11 Memorial Museum. (Proposed with John Bennett and developed in collaboration with Bennett, Richard Nash Gould, Julian LaVerdiere, Paul Myoda and Paul Marantz.)


East Hampton, NY
Wood, steel, acrylic paint, and polyester resin, 92” x 16” x 13”

Ten Thousand Flower Maze

Citizen’s Plaza, Shenzhen, China
10,000 28” tall PVC traffic cones arraigned on a 2 acre public plaza

A temporary installation commissioned for the 2011-12 Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture that transformed a vast and cheerless urban square into a whimsical garden using thousands of orange traffic cones, objects ordinarily associated with government authority and control. (Developed in collaboration with John Bennett.)

Recipient of the 2011 Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of UrbanismArchitecture Academic Committee Award


2 Gold Street, New York, NY
Bronze, 21’ 10” x 6’ 5” x 6’ 5”

A towering bronze icon on a pedestrian plaza in Lower Manhattan, commissioned by the Rockrose Development Corporation, that marks a building’s address, Two Gold Street, by playing on the graphic symmetry of the letters T, W, and O. Manufactured by Tallix Foundry, Beacon, NY. (Developed in collaboration with John Bennett.)


West 37th Street, New York, NY
Graphite on paper, 2′ 6″ x 15′

A 15-foot-long graphite drawing commissioned by the Rockrose Development Corporation as a site-specific installation for the lobby of a midtown tower, which from a distance suggests a forest but on approach dissolves into a field of hand-drawn letters evoking hidden meanings and forgotten memories.


Graphite on paper, overall dimension 7′ 10″ x 6′ 2″


Shelter Island, NY
Rope, concrete

A site-specific installation made from re-purposed ship’s rigging from local marinas. Commissioned for “Gimme Shelter,” an exhibition curated by Megan Riley. (Developed in collaboration with John Bennett.)


New York, NY
Gouache and tape on Masonite board

Studies for an 18′ x 4′ mural for the central stair of a public space.

Facade Mural

The Sardine Museum, Grand Manan, Canada
Aluminum and and oil paints